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Welcome to the Ophthalmology Innovation Podcast Where you get Candid Conversations with the Leaders and Drivers of Ophthalmic Innovation. OIS is the Largest and Original Producer of World-Class Ophthalmology Innovation Conferences and Content Since 2009.
 
Brought to you by the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons, "The Bone Beat" covers health policy issues affecting musculoskeletal health. Through conversation with the experts, each episode features insights on the changing landscape of orthopaedic surgery and supporting advocacy efforts to advance quality and access to care.
 
Podcasts from the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the world's largest organization representing specialists who treat the ear, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck. The Academy represents approximately 12,000 otolaryngologist — head and neck surgeons who diagnose and treat disorders of those areas.
 
Naatak Radio is a fresh new podcast with stories, plays, songs, and more, produced by Naatak, America's Biggest Indian Theater Company based in the Bay Area, California. New episodes every Saturday. Bring back those memories of Hawa Mahal on Vividh Bharati. क्या आपको क़िस्से, कहानियाँ, और मधुर संगीत सुनना पसंद है? हर शनिवार एक नए episode के साथ, आपकी सुनहरी हवा महल की यादें ताज़ा कराने की ज़िम्मेदारी अब हमारी. #Naatak #Stories #Plays #Theater #Hindi #Drama #क़िस्से #कहानी #कहानियाँ
 
The Digital Orthopaedics Conference San Francisco (DOCSF) was created to bridge the worlds of digital health and clinical orthopaedics and thereby catalyze the adoption of technology in musculoskeletal care. This podcast series features key speakers and highlights from the live event. Why orthopaedics? We believe that embedding digital technologies in a narrow integrated vertical is more likely to affect change than targeting one-fifth of the U.S. economy. We also believe that if a conferenc ...
 
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Lajwanti convinces her husband Kishore and his friend Narayan to spin a web of lies together with her. Will they get entangled or manage to escape? Presenting the 4th in the series of hilarious radio plays written by Saadat Hasan Manto. In 1940, when Manto left Lahore for New Delhi to take up the position of staff artist at All India Radio in New D…
 
On this week’s OIS Retina podcast, we have the privilege of talking to Steve Pakola, MD. Steve is an industry veteran who has held key leadership roles in preclinical and clinical development, regulatory affairs, and medical affairs. Currently, he serves as Chief Medical Officer at REGENXBIO, a leading clinical-stage biotechnology company seeking t…
 
Chief ki Daawat is one of the legendary writer Bhishm Sahni's most famous stories. A humble Indian official invites his chief, an American, to his house for dinner. The low-ranked official believes that if his boss is impressed by his hospitality, he would surely grant him the long due promotion. The man and his wife turn the house upside down to m…
 
With a medical career spanning 35 years, including as global head of immunology at Sandoz (now Novartis), Patrik De Haes, MD, has cultivated deep experience turning scientific ambition into life-changing reality. In this unmissable episode, we talk to Dr. De Haes, now CEO of Brussels-based Oxurion, to get a deeper look at the business, research, an…
 
This week the OIS Podcast hits a milestone with Episode 250. To mark the occasion, we feature a discussion with Tim Clover from the recent OIS European Innovation Showcase. Tim talks about his journey with Rayner and some significant changes he’s made since joining in 2014. Listen in (or watch) to learn more about Tim and his vision for Rayner’s ex…
 
AAOS physician leaders discuss Medicare’s proposal to eliminate the inpatient-only list (IPO) beginning with 266 musculoskeletal procedures. They recount the unresolved challenges with only recently removing several procedures from the list, and the critical opportunity for orthopaedic surgeons to lead the decision-making process with patients and …
 
Three men starving on a life raft, in the middle of the sea, employ a hilariously logical application of bureaucratic procedures to determine which of them is to become dinner for the other two. Actors: Surender Singh, Rohit Dube, Snehal Pachigar, and Rajiv Nema Adapted and Directed by: Surender Singh About the playwright Sławomir Mrożek, (born Jun…
 
Presenting Lucille Fletcher’s THE HITCHHIKER, directed by Kartic Bhargav and featuring Kartic Bhargav along with Edward Keyani, Shelly Perrier Smith. Sound mixing and remastering by Navi Viswanathan. NOTE: For the most optimal experience, we recommend using headphones for this episode. A typical cross country becomes anything but with a mysterious …
 
Munshi Premchand is one of the foremost Hindi writers of the 20th century. A novel writer, story writer and dramatist, he has been referred to as the "Upanyas Samrat" ("Emperor among Novelists") by writers. And Kafan, published in 1936, is thought to be the author's best, blackest, and most powerful short story. Set in an Indian village, the milieu…
 
No – not that apprentice. This week we had the pleasure of speaking with Todd Brady, MD/PhD turned VC/EIR turned CEO of Aldeyra back in 2012. Todd talks about how he transitioned from the lab over to the dark side back in the 90s when “Industry” was still a dirty word. Todd found his calling as a company builder who has since taken Aldeyra public a…
 
When it comes to stories about the Indo-Pak partition of 1947, one stands out almost instantly, Toba Tek Singh by Saadat Hasan Manto. A powerful satire on the relationship between India and Pakistan, Toba Tek Singh presents a unique view of the lunacy of the times from the point of view of the lunatics of the Lahore asylum. The story is set two or …
 
In this episode, produced in partnership with the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS), advocacy leaders from both organizations discuss the payment policy changes that have been proposed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The agency is reducing all orthopaedic surgical services by approximately 5% and reducing the wo…
 
The world of poetry lost an absolute gem of an artist on Aug 11, 2020. Rahat Indori, the undisputed king of "Mushairas", a poetic symposium where poets have the freedom to express themselves freely, passed away due to Covid-19. Naatak Radio's episode this week is a humble tribute to this legend, who transformed the world of poetry with his creation…
 
This week's bonus episode features a tribute to the king of Mushairas and one of the most impactful poets from the recent times, Rahat Indori. This is the original tribute as aired in Akashvani Ahmedabad composed and read by Paresh Vyas in Gujarati. Listen to Episode 26 for the tribute in Hindi by Rajiv Nema.…
 
Jeffrey P. Simons, MD, AAO-HNSF Coordinator for Education, is joined by Richard V. Smith, MD, past Coordinator for Education for a discussion on FLEX, AAO-HNSF’s new flagship education product. FLEX – Focused Lifelong Education Xperience launching in September, is positioned to enhance otolaryngology education through creative and contemporary lear…
 
Seasoned start-up and medtech executive, Rob Thornhill joins us on this week’s OIS Podcast. Rob sold Tear Film to Alcon in 2018 and is back in the saddle as the CEO of Centricity Vision. Dr Sadri has Rob discuss the benefits of the Zepto device in delivering automated, precise, circular, and centered capsulotomies, how their business model evolved …
 
Orthopaedic surgeons across the U.S. are engaging with members of Congress this August as part of AAOS’ In-District Advocacy Event. AAOS First Vice President Daniel K. Guy, MD, FAAOS, talks about the policy issues they’re raising with legislators and why grassroots advocacy is a powerful tool for strengthening the voice of the musculoskeletal commu…
 
Aug 21, 2020 was Padma Shri Ismat Chughtai's 125th birth anniversary. One of India's most prominent authors, Ismat Chughtai has written countless stories, novels, and even films, but none more controversial at its release in 1942 and popular after than LIHAAF. Written as a first person narrative, Lihaaf is a 'terrifying' memory of the narrator from…
 
"At the stroke of the midnight hour" on 15th August 1947, British India was divided into two independent and self-governing countries of India and Pakistan. As the two countries awoke to "life and freedom" nearly 15 million people found themselves displaced as the states of Punjab and Bengal were partitioned strictly on the basis of religion. Among…
 
Minka L. Schofield, MD, member of the Annual Meeting Program Committee, moderates a podcast discussion with Mark K. Wax, MD, Annual Meeting Program Coordinator, and Daniel C. Chelius, Jr., MD, Coordinator-Elect, to discuss the innovative plans for the AAO-HNSF 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting & OTO Experience. Listen for more details about how attendees…
 
In August, 1947, when the British finally left it after 300 years of subjugation, the Indian subcontinent was divided into two independent nations purely based on religion, India and Pakistan. This abrupt partition, and the hastily drawn borders, sometimes running across people's compounds, led to one of the greatest migrations in human history. Ne…
 
If there’s one podcast you listen to all year – this is it! Dick Lindstrom explains how saying “Yes” to opportunities, led him into an extremely gratifying and successful career in ophthalmology – which was the furthest thing from his plan to take over the family construction business. This episode is packed with gems of insights on building an aca…
 
Covid-19 has spared no one. Among the hardest hit are the elderly who live in a state of constant fear. Many, especially in India, would have seen and survived the horrors of the 1947 partition, and could not have imagined reliving the panic and chaos. Anant Yatra (A never ending journey) by Rekha Rajvanshi is a story of one such individual. Shri J…
 
Sarah Akkina, MD, MS, otolaryngology resident at University of Washington (UW) Medicine Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, moderates the AAO-HNS Trauma Committee's first podcast to discuss the leading and latest recommendations for the management of craniofacial trauma. She is joined by Allison Slijepcevic, MD, otolaryngology-hea…
 
This week’s guest is Kenneth Mandell, MD, PhD, an ophthalmologist by training with a PhD in molecular biology who has been blessed with some amazing mentors who guided him into a fascinating career in ophthalmology. Ken’s educational and research pedigree includes: Tufts, Emory, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology; he …
 
Physician-owned hospitals provide some of the highest quality care, at the lowest cost. Yet since the Affordable Care Act passed in 2010, they have been prohibited from expanding or establishing new facilities to meet the growing demand for services. Congressman Michael Burgess, MD (TX-26), explains why restrictions on this competitive force in Ame…
 
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